Gustav Stickley Furniture Arts & Crafts Furniture Mission Oak Furniture - Reproductions and Antiques
Specializing in the works of Dirk Van Erp, D`Arcy Gaw, L. &. J.G. Stickley, Harvey Ellis, Limbert, Rohlfs, Gustav Stickley, Greene & Greene and Roycroft.  Custom reproductions and antiques.
Early Gustav Stickley Rocking Chair, original finish, signed large early red decal Stickley in rectangle 1901 to 1903

Early Gustav Stickley armed rocking chair in excellent original finish. Signed under the arm with the Gustav Stickley large 1 1/2" red decal with "Stickley" in a rectangle below the joiner's compass encompassing the motto: "Al ik Kan", 1902 - 1903. Very sound & tight condition, small ding on top of crest rail & on arm as shown, mentioned for sake of accuracy. Touch up to the top of the arms. Replaced leather over original rope seat support. We are pleased to announce that this rocker and other Arts & Crafts antique furniture along with a few examples of our own contemporary line of fine replicas can be viewed at Ephraim Pottery West located in the beautiful coastal town of Cambria, California. Measures: 39" high by 27 1/2" wide by 28" deep.



Product ID: #6116

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Small ding on top of crest rail.

Small ding on top of crest rail.

Early rope seat support.

Early rope seat support.

Double pinned mortise and tenon joinery where front seat rail meets the leg.

Double pinned mortise and tenon joinery where front seat rail meets the leg.

Gustav Stickley large 1 1/2" red decal with "Stickley" in a rectangle below the joiner's compass encompassing the motto: "Al ik Kan",  1902 - 1903.

Gustav Stickley large 1 1/2" red decal with "Stickley" in a rectangle below the joiner's compass encompassing the motto: "Al ik Kan", 1902 - 1903.

Ding on top of arm.

Ding on top of arm.

Close-up rope seat support.

Close-up rope seat support.